Women's Worlds The Mcgraw-Hill Anthology of Women's Writing

ISBN-10: 0072564024
ISBN-13: 9780072564020
Edition: 2008
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List price: $64.38
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 12/17/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 2080
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.882
Language: English

"Women's Worlds," a new anthology of women's writing, makes available a broad range of women's voices from across time, across classes, and across the globe in a slimmer, more flexible, and more affordable format. This new anthology includes selections from the 14th through the 21st centuries, from the first text by a woman published in English (Julian of Norwich's "Revelation of Divine Love)" to selections by contemporary writers like Barbara Kingsolver, Alison Bechdel, and Zadie Smith. The selections are drawn from Britain and North America, but also from Africa, Asia, Oceania, the Middle East, and the Caribbean--wherever English is spoken. While classics of fiction, poetry, and drama are provided, the text also includes essays, song lyrics, letters, diary entries--even excerpts from domestic handbooks and a graphic memoir--to represent the full range of women's voices. And Cultural Coordinates essays provide insights into customs and costumes from purdah to life before the Pill. To expand the choice of novels instructor's wish to assign, McGraw-Hill also offers works from Library of Women's Literature at a discount.

List of Illustrations General
Introduction The Fourteenth Through Seventeenth Centuries
A Historical Overview, 1300-1700 Women''s Place in Society
The Dispossessed Owning Their Words
Women''s Writing, 1300-1700 Timeline Julian of Norwich (c. 1342-c. 1416; England) FromRevelation of Divine Love
The illness thus obtained from God
God is all that is good
Wickedness is transformed into blessedness
We are brought back and fulfilled by our Mother Jesus Margery Kempe (c. 1373-c. 1438; England) From The Book of Margery Kempe
Margery's First Vision
Margery Reaches a Settlement with Her Husband
Margery's encounter with the Mayor of Leicester Anne Askew (c. 1521-1546; England)
The Ballad Which Anne Askew Made and Sang when She Was in New gate From The Latter Examination
The Sum of my Examination afore the King's Council at Greenwich Cultural Coordinates
Needlework Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603; England) The Dread of Future Woes
A Song Made by Her Majesty Isabella Whitney (c. 1540s-c. 1578; England)
The Manner of Her Will, and What She Left to London and to All Those In It
At Her Departing Mary Sidney Herbert
Countess of Pembroke (1561-1621; England)
A Dialogue Between Two Shepherds
Thenot and Piers, in Praise of Astraea Aemilia Lanyer (1569-1645; England) From Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum
To the Virtuous Reader Eve's Apology in Defence of Women
The Description of Cooke-ham Cultural Coordinates
Household Space Lady Margaret Cunningham (c. 1580-c. 1622; Scotland) From A Part of the Life of Lady Margaret Cuninghame
Daughter of the Earl of Glencairn
That She Had with Her First Husband
the Master of Evandale [An account of domestic abuse] Lady Mary Wroth (c. 1586-c. 1651; England) FromPamphilia to Amphilanthus
[When night's black mantle could most darkness prove]
[Cloyed with the torments of a tedious night]
[Dear famish not what you yourself gave food]
[Am I thus conquered]
[Come darkest night]
[Like to the Indians, scorched with the sun] Lady Anne Clifford (1590-1676; England) From The Diary of Lady Anne Clifford (1616-1619)
February 1616 [Meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury]
March 1616 [A refusal to capitulate]
April 1616 [From London to Knole]
May 1616 [Her mother dies] Cultural Coordinates
Scolds Dorothy Leigh (Active c. 1616; England) FromThe Mothers Blessing
To My Beloved Sons, George, John, and William Leigh
All Things Pertaining to Life and Godliness
The First Cause of Writing Is a Motherly Affection
It Is Great Folly For a Man to Mislike His Own Choice Elizabeth Brooke Jocelin (c. 1595-1622; England) From The Mother's Legacy to Her Unborn Child Epistle Dedicatory
To My Truly Loving and Most Dearly Loved Husband
Turrell Jocelin Cultural Coordinates
Women's Community in Childbirth Rooms (illus.) Anne Bradstreet (1612-1672; England, American colonies) FromThe Tenth Muse Lately Sprung up in America
The Prologue The Author to Her Book Before the Birth of one of her Children
In Memory of my Dear Grandchild Elizabeth Bradstreet Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House
To My Dear and Loving Husband Margaret Fell Fox (1614-1702; England)
From Women's Speaking Justified [The Church of Christ Is a Woman]
Lady Anne Halkett (c. 1622-1699; England) From Memoirs: [Her mother threatens to disown her] Margaret Lucas Cavendish
Duchess of Newcastle (1623-1674; England) From Philosophical and Physical Opinions Epistle
To the most famously learned FromPhilosophical Letters
or, Modest Reflections Letter XXXVI [Other Creatures May Be as Wise as Men] Mary Boyle Rich (c. 1624-1678; Ireland, England) FromDiary [Events of 1624-43, Including a Complicated Romantic Affair] Cultural Coordinates
Women's Spiritual Diaries (illus.)
Elizabeth Cavendish Egerton (1626-1663; England)
From Loose Papers When I Lost My Dear Girl Kate Katherine Fowler Philips (c. 1631-1664; England)
A Married State Upon the Double Murder of K. Charles
I On the Death of My First and Dearest Child
Hector Philips Friendship's Mystery
To My Dearest Lucasia To My Excellent Lucasia
On Our Friendship Orinda to Lucasia Mary Rowlandson (c. 1637-1711; England American colonies)
From A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs
Mary Rowlandson The First Remove
The Third Remove From The Twentieth Remove Aphra Behn (c. 1640-1689; England)
The Rover Cultural Coordinates
Restoration Actresses (illus.)
Anne Killigrew (c. 1660-1685; England)
A Farewell to Worldly Joys Upon the Saying That My Verses Were Made by Another
The Discontent Anne Finch (1661-1720; England)
A Letter to Daphnis The Introduction Ardelia to Melancholy
To the Nightingale The Apology A Nocturnal Reverie Cultural Coordinates
Menstruation and Misogyny Jane Sharp (Active c. 1671; England)
From The Midwives Book Of the Fashion and Greatness of the Womb
and of the Parts It Is Made Of The Eighteenth Century Timeline
Eighteenth Century Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (1689-1762; England)
From Turkish Embassy Letters Letter XXVII [A Visit to a Turkish Bath]
Letter XLI [Sultana Halfise]
Eliza Haywood (c.1693-1756; England)
The Dangers of Tea Mary Leapor (1722-1746: England)
Crumble Hall An Essay on Woman The Headache Mercy Otis Warren (1728-1814; United States)
An Address to the Inhabitants of the United States Janet Schaw (c. 1734-1801; Scotland)
From Journal of a Lady of Quality
Being a Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies [Society in Antigua] [A Visit to Olovaze] Cultural Coordinates
At Sea (illus.) Mary Collier (Active 1739-1760; England) The Woman's Labour Anna Laetitia Akin Barbauld (1743-1825; England)
The Rights of Woman To a Little Invisible Being
Who Is Expected Soon to Become Visible Washing-Day Abigail Adams (1744-1818; United States)
From The Adams Family Correspondence [The Nature of Woman's Experience] [Remember the Ladies] [Education in the New Republic] Cultural Coordinates
Bluestockings (illus.) Hannah More (1745-1833; England) FromStrictures on a Modern System of Female Education Chapter 1, An Address to Women of Rank and Fortune The Black Slave Tr

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